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Wiha SoftFinish 12 Piece Screwdriver set £12.99 Screwfix
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Wiha SoftFinish 12 Piece Screwdriver set £12.99 Screwfix

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Posted 27th Jan

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Top quality brand of tools. Looks like an absolute bargain for 12 pieces.

6 pieces normally sell at about £20

Includes:

3 x 100mm slotted (3.5, 4 and 6.5mm)
3 x phillips (1 x 80, 2 x 100 and 3 x 150mm)
2 x PZ (PZ1 x 80 and PZ2 x 100mm)
4 x TX (TX15, TX20, TX25 and TX30).

Click and Collect only.
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It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general is:
Why manufacturers do not use different colours for slotted, Philips, etc??? I have a case full of screwdrivers and searching for the right one is killing my will to live...
username123427/01/2020 07:58

It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general …It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general is:Why manufacturers do not use different colours for slotted, Philips, etc??? I have a case full of screwdrivers and searching for the right one is killing my will to live...


You could put a bit of coloured tape on the shaft of one type and a different colour for another, but i do agree it is a nice idea
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tobyw27/01/2020 06:34

Oos


No they’re not. It’s click and collect only.
Yep c&c. Just got one
Oos at my branch
Bargain, just got myself a set,!
It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general is:
Why manufacturers do not use different colours for slotted, Philips, etc??? I have a case full of screwdrivers and searching for the right one is killing my will to live...
In stock in Guiseley, thanks OP
username123427/01/2020 07:58

It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general …It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general is:Why manufacturers do not use different colours for slotted, Philips, etc??? I have a case full of screwdrivers and searching for the right one is killing my will to live...


Maybe have slotted from.one manufacturer and Philips from another etc etc ... If you have plenty won't be hard to do.

But overall I agree with the comment, it can sometimes be a pain.
username123427/01/2020 07:58

It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general …It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general is:Why manufacturers do not use different colours for slotted, Philips, etc??? I have a case full of screwdrivers and searching for the right one is killing my will to live...


You could put a bit of coloured tape on the shaft of one type and a different colour for another, but i do agree it is a nice idea
Got the last one at my local Screwfix, thanks OP for posting.
username123427/01/2020 07:58

It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general …It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general is:Why manufacturers do not use different colours for slotted, Philips, etc??? I have a case full of screwdrivers and searching for the right one is killing my will to live...


Facom do use different colours - red for slot, yellow for Philips, blue for PZ.

It works well and I find my desired driver dead quick
username123427/01/2020 07:58

It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general …It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general is:Why manufacturers do not use different colours for slotted, Philips, etc??? I have a case full of screwdrivers and searching for the right one is killing my will to live...


Good point that, no pun intended.
username123427/01/2020 07:58

It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general …It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general is:Why manufacturers do not use different colours for slotted, Philips, etc??? I have a case full of screwdrivers and searching for the right one is killing my will to live...


Halfords Advanced ones do thankfully.
Bikerdanny27/01/2020 08:52

Facom do use different colours - red for slot, yellow for Philips, blue …Facom do use different colours - red for slot, yellow for Philips, blue for PZ. It works well and I find my desired driver dead quick


Bought an expensive Facom set a few years ago very disappointed with them, only used them for the odd DIY job but recently all the plastic on the handles has started to crumble away, so now unusable.Tried to claim under their lifetime warranty but they didn't want to know, said it was fair wear and tare.
Never an issue with Wiha quality, this set doesn’t disappoint. Blade ends are well finished and a solid secure fit. Handles have a good balance between cushioning and power transfer.
username123427/01/2020 07:58

It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general …It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general is:Why manufacturers do not use different colours for slotted, Philips, etc??? I have a case full of screwdrivers and searching for the right one is killing my will to live...



The Halfords pro I have have 2 colours red and yellow
Great find, heat added and just bought a set. Thanks
Thank you OP. Will keep it along with all the work lights, daily deal items, drills etc hoping one day I'll self-build a home (land is too expensive these days except scotland/wales)
this will come in handy for the house move. thanks
Grabbed and dont forget 1.5% Quidco guys
2 in stock Ilkeston, Derbys
username123427/01/2020 07:58

It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general …It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general is:Why manufacturers do not use different colours for slotted, Philips, etc??? I have a case full of screwdrivers and searching for the right one is killing my will to live...


Draper usually colour code their screwdrivers. I've had these ones for years, and despite having loads of different types of screwdrivers, these are my most used as they're very solid and well made:
amazon.co.uk/dp/…X2/

Plus it's a British company, although not much is actually made here anymore I would imagine.
quite a few in edinburgh, got the last set at my local
The set of 6 is £19.99!
Thanks. Also picked up this VDE set down to £14.99 .

screwfix.com/p/w…72g
Got the last set in my local store. Cheers OP 🏻
That's a fantastic deal, and in stock at my local branch. Sadly, I don't have a use for another set having recently completed my Wera collection.
username123427/01/2020 07:58

It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general …It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general is:Why manufacturers do not use different colours for slotted, Philips, etc??? I have a case full of screwdrivers and searching for the right one is killing my will to live...


You can alwayds wrap different colour electrical tape around the handles
username123427/01/2020 07:58

It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general …It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general is:Why manufacturers do not use different colours for slotted, Philips, etc??? I have a case full of screwdrivers and searching for the right one is killing my will to live...


Moat of the good quality screwdrivers I own have a little diagram on the top of the driver. So of they are all facing handle up in the tool bag (as they should be if you don't wanna stab yourself) you'll have no trouble taking out the correct driver for the job.
Good price, be better if they were magnet tips though
Urgh as if I need any more screwdrivers... hot, got the last set near me
Ordered, thx for sharing.
username123427/01/2020 07:58

It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general …It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general is:Why manufacturers do not use different colours for slotted, Philips, etc??? I have a case full of screwdrivers and searching for the right one is killing my will to live...


Halford professional do this.
Stanley do this.
ned.ford27/01/2020 15:26

Halford professional do this.Stanley do this.


So do Wera on their bits - yellow, red, black, blue, green for slotted, posi, philips, hex and torx.
Thanks OP.Ordered.Have some heat.
If i didn't already have all screwdriver sizes i'd be all over this. What a great deal.
Is this Wera spelt wrong.
Omar1980uk27/01/2020 17:36

Is this Wera spelt wrong.


Wera is much much better quality - so obviously more expensive
username123427/01/2020 07:58

It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general …It's most likely great deal but my problem with screwdrivers in general is:Why manufacturers do not use different colours for slotted, Philips, etc??? I have a case full of screwdrivers and searching for the right one is killing my will to live...


Stanley Fatmax screwdrivers are colour codes.
Grabbed 2 sets thanks
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